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THOMPSON ACADEMY 

Boston, Massachusetts 

1968 




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For his friendship and concern, 

For devoting himself to our development and welfare, 

For helping us prepare ourselves for the College Boards, 
For his valuable help on the yearbook, 
For his youthful spirit, 

The class of 1968 dedicates this yearbook to: 

JOHN DECIUS PINTO, Jr. 



Trustees 



Calvin Page Bartlett, President 

Ben Ames Williams, Jr., Vice President 

George Lewis, Vice President and Assistant Secretary 

Bayard Henry, Vice President 

Bartlett Harwood, Jr., Treasurer 

John B. Pierce, Jr., Secretary 

John Q. Adams 

Thomas G. Brown, Jr. 

Walter M. Cabot 

Nathaniel T. Dexter 

Patrick Grant 

Henry M. Leen 

Philip H. Lord 

Samuel L. Lowe, Jr. 

Henry Lyman 

Arthur G. Miller, Ed.D. 

Hon. Joseph S. Mitchell, Jr. 

Edward V. Osberg 

Guido R. Perera, Jr. 

John W. Sears 

Robert Stone 

Lawrence Terry 

Raymond Thomas 

Rev, Samuel Tyler, Jr. 

Howland S. Warren 

David D. Wicks 

Moses Williams 



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Mr. Alfred C. Malm of the Class of 1900 epitomized the spirit of self- 
reliance and responsibility that are the hallmark of this institution. Shortly after 
graduation from what was then known as "The Farm School" he was employed 
by the Old Colony Trust Company in Boston and rose to a position of real 
importance as Trust Officer with that organization. He maintained a deep and 
abiding faith in the fine work being done with and for the boys here and devoted 
47 years of service to the school. 

He served as Assistant Treasurer from 1920 to 1936, as Treasurer from 
1936 to 1954, and as Vice President from 1954 until the time of his death in 
July of 1967. 

Mr. Malm was a wonderfully warm and friendly man who took great delight 
in the simple pleasures of life and he was completely devoted to his family. 





FALL 



WINTER 






SPRING 



SUMMER 



Admmstratibfi and Facuiiu 







MR. FRANK D. DIBBLE 

Headmaster 



Mr. Frank D. Dibble succeeded Mr. Houghton Pearl as Headmaster of 
Thompson Academy on July 1, 1967. He is the eleventh Headmaster in the 
154 year history of the school. 

Mr. Dibble is a graduate of Holyoke High School (1940), Deerfield Academy 
(1942), and Amherst College (1946). He has had graduate study in physical 
education at Springfield College, in speech at Northwestern University and in 
history at Amherst College. 

During World War II he served as a naval officer aboard a landing craft in 
the Pacific. Following the war he completed his undergraduate work at Amherst 
and then served on the faculty there for two years before going to Tabor Academy 
in Marion, Mass. in 1950. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dibble and their three children have been most welcomed 
additions to Thompson Island. Mrs. Dibble serves as school librarian. Sandy, 
their older son, is a sophomore at Amherst College. Ann is a sophomore and 
Dave a freshman at Thompson. 

The members of the Senior Class wish to take this opportunity to express 
our appreciation to Mr. Dibble for his efforts in our behalf and for his faith and 
confidence in us. 




MRS. RITA DIBBLE 



Mrs. Rita Dibble, the charming wife of our new Headmaster, has been one 
of the most exciting changes in Thompson life in many years. Her energy and 
enthusiasm have been noticed and felt by all on the island. 

Her talents of organization have been demonstrated in the library of which 
she has charge. She has also taken on the responsibility of arranging the decora- 
tions in the dining hall for our academic and sports banquets. In addition, she 
is one of the most ardent sports fans, attending virtually all of the games, both 
at home and away. 

Mrs. Dibble spent her childhood and most of her school years in Holyoke, 
Massachusetts. She attended Holyoke High School where she received her 
diploma and a scholarship to Springfield Museum and Library. 

We, of the Senior class, wish to extend our warmest appreciation to her for 
this, her first year at Thompson Academy. 



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MR. RAY THOMAS 

Assistant Headmaster 
Director of A thietics 



MR. HERBERT CAREY 

Director of A d miss ions and 
Development 





MR. CHARLES BAXTER 

Administrative Assistant 
Head of Buildings — Purchasing Agent 



MR. GEORGE WRIGHT 

Director of Studies 
Head of English and History Departments 




MR. JON ROSE 

Dean of Boys, History 
Head Varsity Football and Baseball Coach 




MR. JOHN KLINE 

Comptroller 

Head and Business Education Department 

Supervisor of Student Accounts 





MR. RALPH LINDSEY 

Adjustment Counselor 



MR. ROBERT MALLION 

Head of Science Department 






MR. DAVID FARR 

English, Mathematics 

Assistant Varsity Football Coach 

Head Varsity Coach of Lacrosse 

and Weight Lifting 









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MR. THOMAS HINCKLEY 

English, French 
Head Coach of Cross Country 





MR. JOHN PINTO 

Head of Mathematics Department 



EMANUEL SILVA, D.Th. 

Head of Foreign Language 
Department 





MR. STEPHEN SALANT 

Mathematics 



MRS. DIANE LINCOLN 

Head of Art Department 





MISS FLORENCE BAYREUTHER 
Glee Club Director 



MRS. NANCY WRIGHT 
AND DENNY 



Aff)reaaiwn 




For helping us to prepare for the College Boards, 
For his patience in filling out our transcripts, 
For guiding us in the selection of colleges, 
For his support of all school activities, 
And for his lasting friendship. 

We, the class of 1968 
wish to show our appreciation to: 

MR. GEORGE WRIGHT 



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MRS. WILHELMINA B. THOMAS 

Secretary to the Headmaster 





MRS. MILDRED H. BAXTER 

School Secretary 



MRS. SARAH B. FARR 

Secretary 





MRS. ELIZABETH T. LINDSEY, R.N. 
School Nurse 



MRS. ANNETTE M. ROBERGE 

Admissions Secretary 





MRS. BELLE G. URIE 

Laundry 



MRS. PHYLLIS CHAMPAGNE 

Housekeeper 




MR. FRANCIS CORMIER 

Administrative Assistant 
and Maintenance 




MR. JOHN HORAN 

Head Varsity Basketball Coach 

Head Coefficient Football and 

Baseball (J. V.) Coach and Gym Supervisor 





MR. OSCAR BROWN 

Maintenance 



MR. WILLIAM F. JAMES 

Groundsman and Fireman 





MR. PAUL L. FRANCKE 

Head Chef 



MRS. MARGUERITE FRANCKE 

Dietician 






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PAUL FRANCKE 



ANN DIBBLE 
Assistant Switchboard Operator 





MR. ROBERT R. KITCHING 

Maintenance 



MR. JOHN H. COLLINS 

Watchman 





MR. MARK CROWLEY 

Fireman 



MR. MARTY CROWLEY 

Assistant Chef 





FATHER BUCHAN 

Catholic Chaplain 



MR. ROSEN 

School Tailor 





MR. POND 

Kitchen Assistant 



MR. GRINCAVICH 

Groundsman 




PILGRIM III 




MR. PAUL KLUMP 
Boat Captain 

MRS. KLUMP, PAUL AND MIKE 



MR. ROGER CONCANNON 

Assistant Boat Captain 




Seniors 






SENIOR CLASS 




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1st Row: Bob Hildebrand, Phil Alexander, Tom Feeney, Peter Cotter, Eddie Robdau, Bruce 
Dobbert, Rafael DelValle. 2nd Row: Les Lane, Mike Cassano, Tom Keeley, Richard St. Jock, 
Alan Brown, Greg York, Craig Ellis, Steve Mc Andrew, Bob Atkins, Tony Albano. 3rd Row: 
Gerry Sweeney, Frank LeMoure, Larry Soto, M ike Legero. 



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ANTHONY ALBANO 

"Tony" 

Varsity Basketball (4); Varsity Football (4); 
Varsity Baseball (4); Lacrosse (4), 

Ambition: College 





PHILIP ALEXANDER 

"Alex" 
Football (4); Lacrosse (4); Treasurer (4), 
Ambition: College 




ROBERT J. ATKINS, Jr. 

"Axe" 

Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Varsity Baseball (3, 
4); Varsity Hockey (4); Varsity Lacrosse (4); 
Weight Lifting (3, 4). 

Vice President of Student Council (3); President 
Student Council (4) ; Dorm Counselor (4) ; Dance 
Committee (3). 

Ambition: College 



ALAN WAYNE BROWN 

"Charlie Brown" 

J. V. Baseball (2); J. V. Basketball (3); Varsity 
Basketball (4); Varsity Football (3, 4). 

Ambition: To go into Marine Engineering 




MICHAEL CASSANO 

"Mike" 

Varsity Basketball (2, 3); Varsity Football (2, 3, 
4); Football Co-Captain (4); Lacrosse (4); 
Weight Lifting (4). 

Vice President (2); President (3, 4); Student 
Council, Yearbook (4); Science Fair Winner (2, 
3). 

Ambition: Ivy League College, to coach or teach 
on the College level 





PETER H. COTTER 

"Redlight" 

Cross Country (4); Hockey (4); Co-Captain 
Cross Country (4). 

Yearbook Staff (4); Study Hall Supervisor (4); 
Honor Roll, United States History Award (fall). 

Ambition: To teach History or enter the Ministry. 




RAFAEL DelVALLE 

"Chink" 

Varsity Baseball (2); Football J. V. (2); Varsity 
(3, 4); Basketball J. V. (2); Varsity (3, 4); Cap- 
tain of Basketball (4). 

Student Council (3, 4). 

Ambition: College 



BRUCE DOBBERT 

"Miinchkin' 

Intramural Basketball (3, 4); Cross Country (4) 
Lacrosse (4). 

Yearbook (4); Newspaper (4). 

Ambition: Teacher 




CRAIG ELLIS 

"Gabe" 

Varsity Football (3, 4); Varsity Lacrosse (4); 
Varsity Weight Lifting (3, 4). 

Vice President (3, 4); Dorm Monitor (4); Intra- 
mural Basketball. 

Ambition: College 





EDWARD THOMAS FEENEY 

"Tom, Feeno' 

Varsity Hockey (4). 

Ambition: To get out of High School and to be- 
come a millionaire. 




ROBERT S. HILDEBRAND 

''Hippie" 

Varsity Cross Country (4); Varsity Hockey (4); 
Captain of Varsity Hockey (4). 

Newspaper (3, 4); Editor-in-Chief of Newspaper 
(4); Yearbook Staff (4); Chess Club (3); Pep 
Squad (4); Captain. Jr. Achievement (3); Presi- 
dent of Co. Science Fair (2 and 3); won third 
place in Senior division. 

Ambition: College 



THOMAS KEELEY 

"Buckshot" 
Varsity Football (3); Varsity Baseball (4). 
Newspaper (4). 

Ambition: College 




LES A. LANE 

"Motherles" 
Chess Club (3); Newspaper (4); Yearbook (4), 

Ambition: Electrical Engineer; Michigan Tech. 

University 





MICHAEL LEGERO 

"Mike" 

Intramural Basketball 8th and 9th grade; J. V. 
Football (1, 2); J. V. Baseball (1, 2); J. V. 
Basketball (2); Junior Athlete of the year (2); 
Varsity Basketball (3, 4); Varsity Baseball (3,4). 

Class Officer ( 1 , 2, 3 ) ; Secretary; Student Council 
(4). 

Ambition: Teacher 




FRANCIS E. LeMOURE 

"Fat Frank" 

Varsity Football (4); Varsity Weight Lifting (4); 
Varsity Hockey (4); Varsity Lacrosse (4); In- 
tramural Basketball (4). 

Dorm Committee (4). 

Ambition: College 



STEPHEN McANDREW 

"BracUy 

Varsity Basketball (4); Varsity Baseball (4), 
Newspaper (4). 

Ambition: College 




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EDWARD ROBDAU 

"Hondo" 

J. V. Baseball (2); Varsity Baseball (3, 4); J. V. 
Football (2); Varsity Football (3); Tennis (2, 
3); Intramural Basketball (2, 3, 4). 

Public Speaking (3). 

Ambition: An Accountant 





RICHARD C. St. JOCK 

"Jock" 

Intramural Basketball (3, 4). 

Yearbook Editor-in-Chief; Newspaper (3); Band 
(1, 2); Student Council (2); Won Clifton E. 
Albee Scholarship (2, 3, 4). 

Ambition: Research Biologist 




LAWRENCE P. SOTO 

''Boston" 

J. V. Football (2); Varsity Baseball (2, 3); J. V. 
Basketball (2); Cross Country (4); Varsity 
Hockey (4); Karate (2, 3, 4). 

Public Speaking (3), 

Ambition: English and Spanish Teacher 



GERALD SWEENEY 

''Gerry" 

Varsity Football (3). 
Coefficient Football Assistant Coach (4). 
Ambition: Maritime Engineer 




GERALD WHELAN 

"Gerry" 

Junior Varsity Basketball (3); Coefficient Foot- 
ball (3); Varsity Baseball (3, 4); Varsity 
Hockey (4). 

Honorable Mention: Science Fair (3); Scholastic 
Award (3); Newspaper (4); Yearbook (4); 
Monitor (4). 

Ambition: University of Mass. 





GREGORY YORK 

"Afro" 

Varsity Football (4); Varsity Basketball (3, 4); 
Lacrosse (4). 

Secretary Senior Class; Dorm Committee (4). 

Ambition: Sociologist; 
University of Massachusetts 




SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 

Left to right: Michael Cassano, President; 
Greg York, Secretary; Phil Alexander, 
Treasurer; Craig Ellis, Vice-President. 



MONITORS 




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1st Row: Craig Ellis, Bruce Dobbert, Rafael DelValle, Richard St. Jock. 2nd Row: Bob Atkins, 
Gerry Whelan, Les Lane, Mike Cassano. 



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House Qroups 






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'C" DORMITORY 




1st Row: Lewis Kneeland, Kevin Griffiths, Bill Hickory, Donn Krall, Louis Muniz, Greg King, 
Greg Ottmar. 2nd Row: Gerry Whelan, Tom Knott, Joel Thompson, Mark Albertsen, Mark Prew, 
Ken Barnes, Bruce Dobbert. 3rd Row: Ron Garland, Archie Lee, Sammy Bass, Steve St. Jock. 




'B" DORMITORY 




1st Row: Steve Milanese, Pearlie Coates, Mike Cassano, Rafael DelValle, Charles Gallagher, 
Norman Coates. 2nd Row: Chuck Thomas, Gary Szretter, Dennis Hart, Bill Gaynor, Tom 
Bergeron, Tom Tache, Bob Tradd. 

ALBEE HOUSE 




1st Row: Dan Butler, Jim Sullivan, Tom Hulak, Peter Ives, Brian Bogus, Ray Hanley, Jon 
Healy, Frank Warren. 2nd Row: Richard St. Jock, Frank Tiernan, Bill Adams, Walter Berard, 
Mike March, Skip Amendolare, Chris Hawley, Les Lane. 3rd Row: Brenton Clark, Matt O'Neil, 
Scott Hemingway, George Angelis, Larry Hiller, Mike Tahmosh, Robin McAteer. 




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JUNIOR CLASS 




1st Row: Bill Robertson, Freddie Shavers, John Miranda, Ray Boskovich, John Matthews, Alan 
Labrie, Mark Healy, Paul Winam. 2nd Row: Stan Ekdahl, Greg Steed, Dennis Durgin, Howard 
Blackwell, Richard Hilly, Chris Stetson. 3rd Row: Bruce Rogers, Mike Savosik, Phil Jackson, 
Bob Tradd, Skip McLaughlin. 4th Row: Eddie Goodwin, Vincent Davis, Cyril Hodge, Dan Walsh, 
Dale Johnson. 5th Row: Jimmy Noon, Jose Mendez. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Jose Mendez, Vice President; Edward Goodwin, President; 
Philip Jackson, Secretary; James Noon, Treasurer. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




1st Row: Archie Lee, Don Krall, Bill Hickory, Mark Prew, Reuben Sims. 2nd Row: Lewis 
Kneeland, Norman Coates, Greg King, Kevin Griffiths, Louis Muniz, Joel Thompson, Greg Ott- 
mar. 3rd Row: Charles Thomas, Pcarlie Coates, Tom Knott, Steve Milanese, Charles Galla- 
gher, Steve St. Jock, Tom Tache, Mark Albertsen, Jim Thomas, Ken Barnes. 4th Row: Tom 
Bergeron, Ed Heath, Doug Cahoon, Sam Bass, Gary Szretter, Bill Gaynor, Ron Garland, Dennis 
Hart. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




Kenneth Barnes, Treasurer; Edward Heath, Vice President; 
Douglas Cahoon, President; Louis Muniz, Secretary. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 




1st Row: Tom Hulak, Jim Sullivan, Peter Ives, Dan Butler, Jon Healy, Ray Hanley, George 
Angelis. 2nd Row: Bill Adams, Walter Berard, Frank Warren, Larry Hiller, Chris Hawley, 
Skip Amendolare. 3rd Row: Scott Hemingway, David Dibble, Mike Tahmosh, Robin McAteer. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Brian Bogus, Secretary; Brenton Clark, President; Michael March, Student Council 
Representative; Thomas Hulak, Treasurer; Raymond Hanley, Vice President. 



sports 




VARSITY FOOTBALL 




1st Row: Coach Farr, R. DelValle, B. Atkins, F. LeMoure, P. Alexander, M. Cassano, C. Ellis, 
A. Albano, Coach Rose. 2nd Row: A. Brown, A. Labrie, D. Walsh, S. McLaughlin, R. Boskovich, 
F. Shavers, J. Miranda, P. Winam, G. York. 3rd Row: D. Durgin, J. Thomas, D. Cahoon, 
T. Bergeron, R. Sims, E. Heath, R. Tradd, T. Tache. 



The 1967-68 Varsity Football team played a series of exciting contests and achieved a 
successful record under the fine leadership of Head Coach Jon Rose and Assistant Coach David 
Farr. 

Our opening game against a strong Milford Academy team ended in a 7-0 defeat. The 
Home Coming Day crowd of parents and Alumni were treated to a brilliant 64-yard touchdown 
jaunt by Freddie Shavers which unfortunately was negated by a penalty. 

The second game with Exeter JV's demonstrated the real potential of our team as we gained 
our first victory by a score of 24-8. Touchdowns were contributed by Greg York, John Miranda, 
Freddie Shavers and Mike Cassano. In the third encounter, we easily conquered Roxbury Latin 
30-6 with Shavers providing two TD's and Cassano and Craig Ellis each adding one. 

The next game against Harvard Freshmen "B" ended with Thompson on the short end of a 
24-6 score; however, the score in no way indicates the great spirit and fierce determination of our 
players. Craig Ellis played brilliantly throughout the game even though (it was later determined) 
he had suffered a broken hand early in the game. Fred Shavers scored our lone touchdown. 

Providence Country Day provided our third win, 27-8 as Shavers, Cassano, Ed Heath and 
Bob Tradd each contributed six pointers. Holderness proved a stubborn opponent edging us by 
an 8-6 score with Cassano getting our only score. 

The final game against Winchendon was a "thriller" in the best sense of the term. Trailing 
at half time by a 20-6 score, Thompson fought back holding the opposition scoreless and adding 
16 points to gain a well-deserved 22-20 victory. 

The coaches and all the players deserve the congratulations and thanks of the entire school 
for a season "well done!" 



VARSITY FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAINS — FALL, 1967 










MIKE CASSANO 



PHIL ALEXANDER 



CRAIG ELLIS 



BOB ATKINS 



VARSITY FOOTBALL CAPTAIN — FALL, 1968 




PRE-GAME TENSION 



FREDDIE SHAVERS 



DEFENSE ANYONE? 



COEFFICIENT FOOTBALL 




1st row: Gerry Sweeney, Ass't. Coach, Ray Hanley, Norman Coates, Dan Butler, Greg King, Tom 
Hulak, Steve St. Jock, Louis Muniz, Kevin Griffiths, Brian Bogus. 2nd row: Jon Healy, Chuck 
Thomas, Walter Berard, Mike Tahmosh, Sammy Bass, Archie Lee, Mark Albertsen, David Dib- 
ble, Tom Knott, Dennis Hart, Bill Hickory, Mr. Horan, Coach. 3rd row: Chris Hawley, Pearlie 
Coates, Charles Gallagher, Skip Amendolare, Robin McAteer, Matt O'Neil, Joel Thompson, Lewis 
Kneeland, Peter Ives, Greg Ottmar. 

The Junior Seahawks completed their 1967 football season with an undefeated record under 
the able leadership and coaching of Mr. John Horan and his assistant, Gerry Sweeney. With a 
majority of Sophomores and a handful of Freshmen, this team more than proved themselves. 
They had a strong offensive line anchored by guards Mark Albertsen and Bud Berard and a 
good pass receiving line with Steve St. Jock, Dave Dibble, PearHe Coates, and Tom Knott. A 
great passing quarterback in Greg King, and running back in Skip Amendolare proved the per- 
fect balance to be a winner. 

Against two Junior Varsity teams, Milton Academy (14-14) and Governor Dummer (6-6), 
the smaller coefficient team completely outplayed them and held them to ties. The top highlight 
of the season was the comeback win over Belmont Hill. In this game, Belmont completely dom- 
inated the first half, leading 22-12. Touchdowns in the first half were scored by Tom Knott and 
Pearlie Coates on passes from Greg King. Starting the second half, a fired up TA team took the 
opening kickoff and Louis Muniz went 70 yards to score 22-20. The last points Belmont Hill 
scored were on a touchback 24-20. Then with one minute left in the game, Greg King filled the 
air with passes, hitting P. Coates, T. Knott, and S. St. Jock and TA moved downfield. With 15 
seconds left G. King found S. St. Jock all alone in the end zone for the winning touchdown. TA 
added the point and earned themselves a very hard but rewarding 28-24 victory. 



GAMES 



T. 


A. 


20 


Roxbury Latin 





T. 


A. 


28 


Thayer 


14 


T. 


A. 


14 


Milton 


14 


T. 


A. 


28 


Belmont Hill 


24 


T. 


A. 


6 


Governor Dummer 


6 





BENCH PRACTICE! 



AMENDOLARE HEADS FOR GOAL 



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HOLD THAT LINE 





ASSISTANT COACH SWEENEY 



WORRY ? 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 




1st Row: Jimmy Thomas, Tony Albano, Greg York, Rafael DelValle, Phil Jackson, Alan Brown. 
2nd Row: Lewis Kneeland, Jose Mendez, Stephen McAndrew, Cyril Hodge, Eddie Heath, Fred- 
die Shavers, William Hickory. 3rd Row: Skip McLaughlin, John Miranda, Mike Legero. 

The Varsity Basketball team started its season in a disappointing fashion losing two of its 
first three games. In all fairness, it should be noted that several key players missed the first two 
encounters due to illness. The team went on to win nine of the remaining ten games. 

One of the most explosive games this year was that with Thayer Academy. After the first 
half, Thompson was trailing 23-29. In the second half, the Seahawks exploded and won 65-56. 
High scorers of that game were Cyril Hodge with 33 points and Tony Albano with 16 points. 

The final record of ten wins and three losses is one of which the entire team may be proud. 

Graduation will result in the departure of six Seniors from this year's team: Tony Albano, 
Allan Brown, Rafael DelValle, Mike Legero, Steve McAndrew, and Greg York. With two Jun- 
iors on the starting five, Hodge and Mendez, and three other Juniors, Jackson, McLaughlin, and 
Miranda, in several victories this year. Coach John Horan feels that he has a fine nucleus to 
rely on next year. 

GAMES 



T. 


A. 


72 


Christian High 


97 


T. 


A. 


90 


Newman School 


26 


T. 


A. 


72 


Newman School 


68 


T. 


A. 


77 


New Prep 


54 


T. 


A. 


56 


Assumption 


60 


T. 


A. 


52 


Roxbury Latin 


68 


T. 


A. 


104 


St. Andrew's 


52 


T. 


A. 


67 


Providence C. D. 


54 


T. 


A. 


111 


Cambridge School 


43 


T. 


A. 


65 


Thayer Academy 


56 


T. 


A. 


78 


Thayer Academy 


64 


T. 


A. 


73 


New Prep 


35 


T. 


A. 


82 


Cambridge School 


66 


T. 


A. 


74 


Alumni 


45 



VARSITY BASKETBALL CAPTAIN 



STARTING FIVE 




Rafael DelValle, Cyril Hodge, Jose Mendez, 
John Miranda, Tony Albano. 




RAFAEL DELVALLE 





JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 




1st Row: N. Coates, T. Hulak, K. Griffiths, G. King. 2nd Row: L. Muniz, P. Coates, J. Thomas, 
S. Bass, S. St. Jock. 3rd Row: D. Cahoon, T. Bergeron, D. Dibble, J. Noon. 



Coach John Koran's hustling Junior Varsity team posted one of the best records at Thomp- 
son this season with twelve wins and one loss. 

One of the most stimulating and hard-fought games was with Christian High. At the end 
of the first half, the Junior Seahawks were trailing 24-29. In the second half with greater effi- 
ciency in defense and an improvement of offense the Junior Seahawks won 56-53. One of the 
outstanding plays and the turning point of the game was a three-point pass play. Tommy Hulak 
to Steve St. Jock to Pearlie Coates, who laid it in. This put us out front in the last two minutes 
and we were able to stay there. 

In addition to the previously mentioned players, other individuals who contributed greatly 
to the outstanding record of this fine team were: Tom Bergeron, Dave Dibble, Greg King, Jim Noon, 
and Jim Thomas. 

This team with teamwork and great spirit should provide the foundation for a future winning 
Varsity. 



STARTING FIVE 




Jimmy Thomas, Tommy Bergeron, David Dibble, Jimmy Noon, Steve St. Jock. 



JUNIOR VARSITY CAPTAIN 



GAMES 



T. 


A. 


56 


Christian High 


54 


T. 


A. 


50 


Newman School 


25 


T. 


A. 


52 


Assumption 


65 


T. 


A. 


53 


St. Andrew's 


38 


T. 


A. 


37 


Cambridge School 


20 


T. 


A. 


51 


Thayer 


21 


T. 


A. 


64 


Cambridge School 


24 


T. 


A. 


42 


Newman School 


25 


T. 


A. 


47 


New Prep 


35 


T. 


A. 


41 


Roxbury Latin 


32 


T. 


A. 


48 


Providence C. D. 


19 


T. 


A. 


52 


Thayer 


36 


T. 


A. 


52 


New Prep 


21 




TOMMY BERGERON 



HOCKEY 




1st Row: R. Garland, Manager, C. Gallagher, B. Atkins, T. Feeney, B. Hildebrand, M. Prew, 
Manager. 2nd Row: L. Soto, G. Whelan, R. Boskovich, W. Robertson, F. LeMoure, M. Savosik, 
B. Adams, R. McAteer. 

This year, Thompson Academy started a hockey team under the fine leadership and coaching 
of Mr. Rose. After weeks of tedious practice the team played their first game. This game was 
lost to Gushing Academy 9-1. This was the team's first game and they had difficulty working as 
a unit. Captain Bob Hildebrand scored Thompson's only goal with a twenty foot slap shot. 
Next the Seahawks met Milton Academy. Again the Seahawks failed to come up with sparkling 
play as they were defeated 10-0 in an exceedingly hard fought battle played on Milton's home ice. 
In the final game of the season, the boys started to play as a team but they just couldn't seem 
to keep the puck in Thayer Academy's zone. The Seahawks lost this last encounter 5-2 with Tom 
Feeney and Robert Hildebrand scoring for Thompson. Peter Cotter played a tremendous game in 
the nets as he turned back 37 shots. Bob Atkins and Ray Boskovitch played a sparkling game 
at defense for the team as they repeatedly took the pressure off of our goalie. This was not a suc- 
cessful season for the team but in one sense it was a start in a sport that we can look forward to 
having increasing participation and success in the years ahead. 




GAMES 



T. A. 1 


Gushing Academy 


9 


T. A. 


Milton Academy 


10 


T. A. 2 


Thayer Academy 


5 



CROSS COUNTRY 




Seated: Jose Mendez, Dale Johnson, Larry Soto, Bob Hildebrand, Howard Blackwell, Bruce 
Rogers, Frank Warren. Standing: Stan Ekdahl, Peter Cotter, Greg Steed, Brenton Clark. 



This year, under the coaching of Mr. Hinckley and Robert Hildebrand, Thompson Academy 
organized a cross country team. After weeks of vigorous training the team journeyed to Winchen- 
don Academy to participate in the New England Preparatory School Cross Country Champion- 
ships. Because of their lack of experience, the team was expected to make a poor showing. How- 
ever, the team did quite well. At the end of the 2.6 mile course the team had established itself as 
a hard working group determined to do well. Robert Hildebrand, Lawrence Soto, and Dale John- 
son paced the team to fourteenth place in Class B competition. Frank Warren and Jose Mendez 
also placed for Thompson. 

This hard working group of boys deserves congratulations for their dedication and sacrifice 
to this demanding sport. 



Jniramuraf Bas£eifair Winner < 

SEARS LEAGUE — THE 76'ers 




1st Row: D. Durgin, A. Labrie, R. Hanley. 2nd Row: A. Lee, F. LeMoure, 
B. Rogers. 

Top Scorer — Alan Labrie — 97 Points 



BOWDITCH LEAGUE — HOUSTON 




1st Row: G. Angelis, R. Sims, L. Kneeland. 2nd Row: D. Langlois, B. Hickory. 
Top Scorer — Skip Goulding — 103 Points 



Foid^ StiooUiy Contest 

FINAL CONTESTANTS 




JUNIOR DIVISION 

Brenton Clark, Thomas Bergeron 



SENIOR DIVISION 

Alan Brown, Alan Labrie 



WINNERS 




Left: Tom Bergeron, Junior Division. 
Right: Alan Brown, Senior Division. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 




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1st Row: Walter Berard, Bill Robertson, Mike Legero, Frank LeMoure, Tom Keeley, Larry Soto, 

Eddie Robdau. 

2nd Row: Tony Albano, Steve McAndrew, Jose Mendez, John Miranda, Gerry Whelan, Alan 

Brown. 



We are looking forward to a winning 1968 Baseball season. The pitching and the outfield 
are strong. The infield has the potential; all the team needs to do is develop it. 

Back from last year's team are: Jose Mendez, John Miranda, Eddie Robdau, and Gerry Whel- 
an. Graduates that will be leaving the team after this season are: Eddie Robdau, Gerry Whelan, 
Tony Albano, Frank LeMoure, Tom Keeley, Alan Brown, and Mike Legero. 

The yearbook staff wishes to extend to the team, a "good luck" on their season. 

Having to go to press before the end of the spring sports season, we necessarily have not been 
able to list the complete results of the Baseball contests. We have presented the sports schedules 
with the scores indicated up to the time of printing. We have also enclosed a sheet indicating 
the results of the games not completed at the time of printing. 

GAMES 



April 


17 


T. 


A. 


4 


Christian High 


6 


May 


11 


Providence C. D. 


Home 


April 


19 


T. 


A. 


9 


Saint Andrews 


3 


May 


15 


Cambridge School 


Away 


April 


24 


T. 


A. 


8 


Moses Brown 


6 


May 


17 


Roxbury Latin 


Away 


April 


27 


T. 


A. 


7 


Assumption Prep. 


12 


May 


22 


Thayer Academy 


Home 


May 


1 


T. 


A. 


2 


Lawrence Academy 


3 


May 


29 


Cambridge School 


Home 


May 


8 


T. 


A. 


7 


New Prep. 


15 











JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 




Left to right: Kneeling: C. Hawley, L. Kneeland, T. Hulak, J. Healy, N. Coates, B. Clark, 

J. Amendolare, B. Bogus (Manager). 
Standing: S. Bass, J. Goulding, T. Knott, D. Cahoon, M. Szretter, M. Tahmosh, C. Gallagher, 

S. Milanese. 
Missing: B. Rogers, D. Krall (Manager). 



This year's J. V. Baseball team started as a very inexperienced group with only four returnees 
from last year: Tom Knott, Doug Cahoon, Sam Bass, and Lewis Kneeland. Newcomers had to 
fill the void left by the players that had made last year's team such a strong aggregation. The team 
looked for good help from Charlie Gallagher, Norman Coates, and Steve Milanese, and outstand- 
ing Freshmen, Tom Hulak, James Amendolare, Skip Goulding, Brenton Clark, and Jon Healy, to 
make this a formidable team. 

The class of 1968 wishes to extend a "good luck" to the JV's. 

Having to go to press before the end of the spring sports season, we necessarily have not been 
able to list the complete results of the Junior Varsity Baseball contests. We have presented the 
sports schedules with the scores indicated up to the time of printing. We have also enclosed a 
sheet indicating the results of the games not completed at the time of printing. 



GAMES 



May 3 T. A. 2 Roxbury Latin 4 

May 8 T. A. 7 Brown and Nichols 3 
May 15 Belmont Hill Home 



May 


18 


Governor Dummer 


Away 


May 


22 


Thayer Academy 


Away 


May 


25 


Milton Academy 


Away 



VARSITY LACROSSE 




1st Row: Rafael DelValle, Mark Healy, Peter Cotter, Allan Labrie, Reuben Sims, Ray Hanley, 
Bob Hildebrand, Joel Thompson, Richard Giberson. 

2nd Row: Coach Dave Farr, Craig Ellis, Freddie Shavers, Mike Cassano, Dan Walsh, Mark Led- 
well, Ray Boskovich, Mark Albertsen. 

3rd Row: Chuck Thomas, Bob Atkins. Eddie Heath, Archie Lee, Phil Alexander, Dave Dibble. 

"It's a little early to tell, but I think we will win our share," said Coach Farr, prior to the 
start of the Lacrosse season. He went on to say, 'T am pleased with the progress and the en- 
thusiasm of the team. It is too early to make any comments about individual performance; if we 
play well as a team, we will win games." 

After the first game against Tabor, Coach Farr was pleased with the results of the game 
which ended in a tie (5-5) after two overtime periods. For a first game, the team did very well. 
Dave Dibble, Freddie Shavers, and Craig Ellis all looked good. However, it was an over-all team 
effort that accounted for the success. Scores were made by Dave Dibble with 3, Freddie Shavers 
with 1, and Mark Albertsen with 1. An assist was made by Rafael DelValle on Dave Dibble's 
first goal. 

Having to go to press before the end of the spring sports season, we necessarily have not 
been able to list the complete results of the Lacrosse games. We have presented the game sched- 
ule with the scores indicated up to the time of printing. We have also enclosed a sheet indicating 
the results of the games not completed at the time of printing. 

GAMES 



April 


17 


T. 


A. 


5 


Tabor Academy JV's 


5 


May 


15 


Newton High JV's 


Away 


April 


24 


T. 


A. 


6 


Andover Club 


4 


May 


17 


Cambridge School 


Away 


April 


26 


T. 


A. 


4 


Noble and Greenough 


3 


May 


22 


Milton Academy 


Away 


May 


1 


T. 


A. 


6 


Newton South 


2 


May 


25 


Moses Brown 


Away 


May 


3 


T. 


A. 


1 


Framingham South 


4 


May 


29 


Ipswich High 


Home 


May 


8 


T. 


A. 


1 


Winchester High 


4 











WEIGHT LIFTING 



Kneeling: Mark Albertsen, Archie Lee. 

Standing: Craig Ellis, Thomas Tache, Raymond Boskovich, Bob Atkins. 



KARATE 




Sitting in background: Thomas Bergeron, and Peter Ives. 
In foreground: Larry Soto and Joel Thompson. 



AtfiMic Bmmds 





The headmaster thanks winter speaker, Coach 
Rick Wilson of Amherst College. 



Mr. Thomas, Director of Athletics, talks about 
"the old days." 




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Some of the "loot." 



Mr. Carey, Director of Admis- 
sions, offers his congratulations 
to all the athletes. 






Mr. Stokinger, the fall 
speaker — Director of 
Athletics at Milton 
Academy. 






Football award winners with Assistant Coach Farr and 
Head Coach Rose. 




Gerry Sweeney - 
efficient Coach. 



Assistant Co- 



Atkins, Cassano, 

Alexander and Ellis. 




)Otball awards recipients and 
relatives who attended as 
special guests. 




Cassano, Atkins and Ellis. 



Brie^] 




Just make sure 

you spell it right — 

D-U-R-G-I-N 



How do you spell 
Chelsea, Brian? 





Have you thought 
of using a roll-on 
deodorant, Mike? 



JGmces 



That's the second boy 

I've lost in there 

this week! 





Mr. Rose, 
you're not paying 
attention! 



Here's the reason 
for the high cost 
of food! 






McA teer? 
Paying attention?! 



I 



I 



You're a little late 
for breakfast, 
Bill. 





Sometimes I wonder, Marguerite, 

why I ever went into this business 

and so do the boys! 





There's nothing like a Bass out of the water. 



Even the bushes have close haircuts. 




If A tkins goes, things are really bad in 
Vietnam! 





I always take my books home with me — 
that's why I'm such a good student. 




I tell you, Krall, that excuse for an extra week- 
end always works! 



Shall we take Ed to the Infirmary to die or 
let him die here? 





Good to the last drop — or is it drip? 



Who said it's cot to be good? 




A II those in favor of Lyndon Johnson 
raise your hands. 





I'm not only tough — I'm pretty! 




Cyril could find a needle in a haystack — 
but a glass in the grass? 



Have gun, will travel. 




Don't laugh, Sweeney, 
you're the next 
speaker! 




What do you mean, "take a deep breath"? 
I already did. 




What are those little things running 
around in there? 




STUDENT COUNCIL 




Left to right: Freddie Shavers, Jim Thomas, Steve St. Jock, Mike March, Al Labrie, Bob Atkins, 
Mike Cassano, Ed Robdau, Rafael DelValle, Mike Legero. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 








Seated: Mike Cassano, Richard St. Jock, Mike Legero. Standing: Bob Hildebrand, Bruce 
Dobbert, Peter Cotter, Bill Gaynor, Les Lane, Gerry Whelan, Larry Soto, Stan Ekdahl, Eddie 
Robdau, Mr. Pinto, Advisor. 



'DRIFTWOOD" STAFF 



1st row: Steve Mc Andrew, Bruce 
Rogers, Gerry Whelan, Tom 
Keeley, Bruce Dobbert. 2nd row: 
Bill Gaynor, Bob Hildebrand, 
Skip Amendolare, Les Lane. 




GLEE CLUB 




1st row: Greg Ottmar, Bill Hickory, Kevin Griffiths, Jon Healy. 2nd row: Joel 
Thompson, Donn Krall, Lewis Kneeland, Skip Amendolare, Charles Gallagher. 3rd 
row: Ken Barnes, Pearlie Coates. 



"THE MIKADO" 




Left to right: First row: W. Hickory, S. Hemingway, L. Kneeland, T. Keeley, J. Healy, 

D. Swindells, J. Amendolare. 
Second row: D. Krall, D. Walsh, A. Dibble, E. Moulton. 
Third row: C. Gallagher, P. Coates, S. Farr. 

CAST 



Nanki-Poo 

Yum-Yum 

The Mikado 

Pooh-Bah 

Ko-Ko 

Katisha 

Pish-Tush 

Pitti-Sing 

Peep-Bo 

Chorus 

Music Director 

Drama Director 

Art Director 



Dan Walsh 

Ann Dibble 

Pearlie Coates 

Charlie Gallagher 

Jon Healy 

Tom Keeley 

Donn Krall 

Kevin Griffiths 

Sarah Farr 

The Glee Club 

Miss Florence Bayreuther 

Mrs. Nancy Wright 

Mrs. Diane Lincoln 



ART 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




1965 



THIS VOCATIONAL ROOM 

IS D!-,niCATF,n 
TO Tin- MF.MOR.Y Oi- 

BFLOR Y. KIHLSTROM 



T H F. A 1 . 1 ' M K I . FA C i ■ LT Y. ST t ' D F, ^ T < 



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Amdarnic Awards 



1967-68 





Left to right: Edward Robdau (Fall: Business 
Practices); (Winter: English IV. Business Law, 
Business Practices). Richard St. Jock (Win- 
ter: Calculus). Michael Cassano (Fall: Span- 
ish II). 



Left to right: Norman Coates (Fall and Winter: 
French II, English II). James Amendolare (Fall 
and Winter: Mathematics 9). David Dibble 
(Fall: French I, Earth Science, English I); (Win- 
ter: Earth Science, Algebra I). 





Left to right: Peter Cotter (Fall: United States 
History). Leslie Lane (Winter: Calculus). Rob- 
ert Hildebrand (Fall: Mathematics 12, Calculus, 
English IV); (Winter: Chemistry, Mathematics 
12). 



Left to right: Robert Tradd (Fall: Chemistry, 
Algebra II, English III); (Winter: English III, 
Algebra II). Stephen McAndrew (Fall: Public 
Speaking). Edward Goodwin (Fall: World His- 
tory, Algebra I); (Winter: World History, Span- 
ish I). 



Academic Awards 



FALL TERM 1967-68 



Public Speaking 

Art Pearlie Coates 

Industrial Arts 

Bookkeeping 

Economics 

Business Law 

Business Practices 

Spanish I 

Spanish II 

French I 

French II 

Civics 

World History 

United States History 



Stephen McAndrew 

and Bruce Dobbert 

Ronald Garland 

Philip Jackson 

Richard Hilly 

Thomas Feeney 

Edward Robdau 

Sam Bass 

Michael Cassano 

David Dibble 

Norman Coates 

Gerald Sweeney 

Edward Goodwin 

Peter Cotter 



Modern European History 

Earth Science 

Chemistry 

Mathematics 9 

Algebra I 

Algebra II 

Plane Geometry 

Mathematics 12 

Calculus 

English I 

English II 

English III 

English IV 



Gerald Whelan 

David Dibble 

Robert Tradd 

James Amendolare 

Edward Goodwin 

Robert Tradd 

Raymond Boskovich 

Robert Hildebrand 

Robert Hildebrand 

David Dibble 

Norman Coates 

Robert Tradd 

Robert Hildebrand 



WINTER TERM — 1968 



English III 
English IV 
French I 
Civics 

World History 
Spanish I 
Spanish II 
French II 
U. S. History 
Mod. Eur. Hist. 
English II 
Earth Science 
Chemistry 



Robert Tradd 

Edward Robdau 

James Thomas 

Walter Berard 

Edward Goodwin 

Edward Goodwin 

Cyril Hodge 

Norman Coates 

Ann Dibble 

Gerald Whelan 

Norman Coates 

David Dibble 

Robert Hildebrand 



Algebra I 
English I 
Geometry 
Mathematics 12 
Algebra II 
Bookkeeping 
Economics 
Business Law 
Business Practices 
Calculus 
Ind. Arts 



Mathematics 9 



David Dibble 

Richard Gibcrson 

Stephen St. Jock 

Robert Hildebrand 

Robert Tradd 

Philip Jackson 

Richard Hilly 

Edward Robdau 

Edward Robdau 

Richard St. Jock and Leslie Lane 

William Hickory 

James Amendolare 



Art 



Sandor McLaughlin, Douglas Papp, 

Paul Winam 



Roster of Students 



SENIOR 
CLASS 



JUNIOR 
CLASS 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



Albano, Anthony, 9 New St., E. Boston, Mass. 
Alexander, Philip, 31 Essex St., Revere, Mass. 
Atkins, Robert, 2 Stacy Court, Marblehead, Mass. 
Brown, Alan, Thompson's Island, S. Boston, Mass. 
Cassano, Michael, 16 Federal St., Nantucket, Mass. 
Cotter, Peter, 82 North St., New Bedford, Mass. 
DelValle, Rafael, 1 30 Columbia St., New York, New York 
Dobbert, Bruce, 830 E. Main St., N. Adams, Mass. 
Ellis, Craig, 730 Hale St., Beverly, Mass. 
Feeney, Thomas, 147 M St., S. Boston, Mass. 
Hildebrand, Robert, 44 Clifton Ave., Marblehead, Mass. 
Keeley, Thomas, 517 E. 6th St., S. Boston, Mass. 
Lane, Leslie, Kurn Hattin, Westminster, Vermont 
Legero, Michael, 10 Pembroke St., Boston, Mass. 
LeMoure, Frank, 577 Park Ave., Revere, Mass. 
McAndrew, Stephen, 85 Beach St., Westerly, R. L 
Robdau, Edward, 27 Cambria St., Somerville, Mass. 
St. Jock, Richard, 17 Lionel Benoit Rd., Springfield, Mass. 
Soto, Laurence, 2237 2nd Ave., New York, New York 
Sweeney, Gerald, 123 P St., S. Boston, Mass. 
Whelan, Gerald, 223 Garfield Ave., Hyde Park, Mass. 
York, Gregory, 4 Thane St., Dorchester, Mass. 



Boskovich, Raymond, 121 Old Harbor St., S. Boston, Mass 
Cahoon, Mark, 5 1 5 Doremus Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. 
Davis, Vincent, 34 Schuyler St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Durgin, Dennis, 18 Forbes St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Ekdahl, Stanton, 25 Portsmouth Ave., Manchester, N. H. 
Goodwin, Edward, 253 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 
Healy, Mark, 7650 SW 142 St., Miami, Fla. 
Hilly, Richard, 77 Newburg St., Roslindale, Mass. 
Hodge, Cyril, 930 E 4th Walk, New York, New York 
Jackson, Philip, 5 Leyland St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Johnson, Dale, Wood Drive, Essex, Mass. 
Labrie, Alan, 1 27 Centre St., Yarmouth, Mass. 
McLaughlin, Sandor, 242 N. Beacon St., Brighton, Mass. 
Mendez, Jose, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
Miranda, John, 20 Spring Bar Rd., Falmouth, Mass. 
Noon, James, 107 Harvard Ave., West Medford, Mass. 
Papp, Douglas, 1418 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, Conn. 
Robertson, William, 132 Meadow Ave., Cumberland, R 
Rogers, Bruce, 21 Sylvan Circle, Lynnfield, Mass. 
Savosik, Michael, 156 Shawmut St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Shavers, Freddie, 533 Macon St., Savannah, Georgia 
Steed, Gregory, 5 Spring St., Maiden, Mass. 
Tradd, Robert, 105 Woodbole Ave., Mattapan, Mass. 
Walsh, Daniel, 1505 Edgewood Ave., Trenton, N. J. 
Winam, Paul, 123 Lowell St., Reading, Mass. 



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Albertsen, Mark, 4 Kenyon Lane, Cape Elizabeth, Maine 
Barnes, Kenneth, 22 Washington Lane, Scituate, Mass. 
Bass, Sammy, 21 Park St., Hyde Park, Mass. 
Bergeron, Thomas, 23 Murray Ave., N. Adams, Mass. 



Cahoon, Douglas, 12 Linden St., Ipswich, Mass. 
Coates, Norman, 98 Chatham St., Worcester, Mass. 
Coates, Pearlie, 1 20 W. 9 1 st St., New York, New York 
Dibble, Ann, Thompson's Island, S. Boston, Mass. 
Gallagher, Charles, 89 Parker St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Garland, Ronald, 441 Ferry St., Everett, Mass. 
Gaynor, William, 4 Brookdale Rd., Arlington, Mass. 
Griffiths, Kevin, 73 Bunker Hill, Charlestown, Mass. 
Heath, Edward, 62 Johnston Rd., Dorchester, Mass. 
Hickory, William, 27 Granite St., Whitinsville, Mass. 
King, Gregory, 54 Weyland St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Kneeland, Lewis, Hyde Park Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Knott, Thomas, 1 1 Waldingfield Rd., Ipswich, Mass. 
Krall, Donn, 1361 Providence Rd., Whitinsville, Mass. 
Lee, Archie, 1 1 1 Monticello Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Milanese, Stephen, 153 Lake Shore Drive, Westwood, Mass. 
Muniz, Louis, 64 Alexander St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Ottmar, Gregory, 1369 Park St., Attleboro, Mass. 
Prew, Mark, 34 Farwell Ave., Melrose, Mass. 
St. Jock, Stephen, 17 Lionel Benoit Rd., Springfield, Mass. 
Sims, Ruben, 427 W. 26th St., New York, New York 
Szretter, Gary, 30 Henry St., Framingham, Mass. 
Tache, Thomas, 14 Dearborn St., Brookline, Mass. 
Thomas, Charles, 10 E. Brookline St., Boston, Mass. 
Thomas, James, North Edgecome, Maine 
Thompson, Joel, 75 Beechland St., Roslindale, Mass. 



Adams, William, 1 86 Converse St., Longmeadow, Mass. FRESHMAN 

Amendolare, James, 19 Fairfax Road, Milton, Mass. 

Angelis, George, Rutland, Vermont CLAob 

Berard, Walter, 167 Lincoln Ave., Amherst, Mass. 

Bogus, Brian, 297 Brandywine Drive, Brandywine Village, East Boston, Mass. 

Clark, Brenton, 23 Floraldale Ave., Wilmingdale, Mass. 

Dibble, David, Thompson's Island, S. Boston, Mass. 

Giberson, Richard, Sherwood Inn, Gassville, New Hampshire 

Goulding, James, 301 Auburn St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Hanley, Raymond, 164 Monticello Ave., Dorchester, Mass, 

Hawley, Christopher, 89 Winthrop St., Holliston, Mass. 

Healy, Jon, 5650 SW 142 St., Miami, Fla. 

Hemingway, Scott, Vernon Road, Bolton, Conn. 

Hiller, Larry, 218 Lake St., Brighton, Mass. 

Hulak, Thomas, 93 1 E. 4th St., S. Boston, Mass. 

Ives, Peter, Caanan, Conn. 

Langlois, Daniel, 532 Faunce Corner Road, N. Dartmouth, Mass. 

Ledwell, Mark, 90 Corcoran Park, Cambridge, Mass. 

March, Michael, 96 Main St., Brighton, Mass. 

McAteer, Robin, 176 Farm Rd., Sherborn, Mass. 

Moulton, Ellery, 760 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Sullivan, James, 19 Exchange St., Medford, Mass. 

Swindells, David, 1 8 1 Jelliff Mill Rd., New Caanan, Conn. 

Tahmosh, Michael, 21 Hodge St., Arlington, Mass. 

Warren, Frank, 139 Carroll Ave., Glenside, Penn. 



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PLEASURE BAY'S 

"GARDEN OF EATIN " 

& 

STEAK HOUSE 

p. and East 6th St. 
So. Boston 

For Reservations 
AN 9-9879 

Open Daily 
11 A.M. to 9 P.M. 



PLEASURE BAY 
LOUNGE 

P. and East Sixth St. 

South Boston, 

Mass. 



Available for Weddings 
Parties and Banquets 



KELLEY'S 
Public Landing, Inc. 



Famous Fried Clams, French Fries, 



Scallops, Fish and Seafoods 



Reardon's Flower Shop 

700 East Broadway — Corner "K" Street 

South Boston, Mass. 

02127 



ANdrew 8-4550 



Estabhshed 1931 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

OUR FIRST 

GRADUATING CLASS 

1968 



Mr. and Mrs. Dibble 



Sandy 

Ann 
David 



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Congratulations 

CLASS OF 1968 



MEL HOWARD 
School Photographer 



HOWARD STUDIO 

292 Main Street HYANNIS, MASSACHUSETTS 



WILLIAM M. BAILEY COMPANY 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



44 SCHOOL STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



Telephone 523-5803 



Congratulations 

CLASS OF 1968 

REYNOLDS ■ DE WALT 

INDUSTRIAL PARK 
NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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